Debrahlee "They Fired Me Because Of THESE" Lorenzana Adds New Shots To Her Defense

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Before he was canned for being too well-versed in BDSM for his own good, Jack Tuckner, the lawyer representing Debrahlee Lorezana had an idea. An idea for his client to come to his office and do an photo-shoot meant to demonstrate the fact that she is a serious business woman, and one whose ass and breasts, while they may be rockin' and scorching, respectively, do not distract from the matter at hand. Over the weekend, T's on an S added a few more pieces of evidence to her portfolio (in this case, a Facebook album entitled "Random Pics"). Those of you who heeded our suggestion to start following Debs on Twitter almost two weeks ago may have already taken a gander. For the rest of you, let's have a looksee.


It's business time.


Respect this, VP.


I mean it-- take her serious.


Personal fave.

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